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Police in Opelika are requesting the public's assistance in locating a suspected jewel thief. [Read More]
Starting off December 1st and the first day of meteorological winter with a potent blast of Arctic air across the Southeast with temperatures below freezing... [Read More]
A new Taco Bell at the corner of Rigdon Road and Macon Road in Columbus has opened for business. [Read More]
As temperatures continue to drop, several ministries in the Chattahoochee Valley are preparing to open their doors for those who need a warm place to... [Read More]
Anna Debro served as the math department chair as well as several other roles during her nearly 20 years at Carver High School. She then... [Read More]
Many are seeing snow flurries Monday night as Georgia and Alabama begin to feel some of the coldest temperatures of the fall. [Read More]
All school operations and start times will be delayed by two hours. [Read More]
With so many people staying home during the coronavirus pandemic, Zoom meetings have become an everyday part of life for many. [Read More]
This marks the third time the ballots are being processed, but unlike the audit, this recount will not be done by hand. The ballots are... [Read More]
This month alone, Columbus saw six homicides. [Read More]
Winds will stay gusty through the overnight as temperatures continue to fall with wind chills in the teens and lower 20s by early tomorrow morning.... [Read More]
The son of former Lowndes County Sheriff Big John Williams was killed in a crash Monday. [Read More]
When deputies arrived to the scene, they discovered a vehicle with two shooting victims inside. [Read More]
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is set to hold a Monday afternoon press conference regarding the Nov. 3 election. [Read More]
The Opelika Police Department has identified one of two males wanted for felony theft. [Read More]
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The Chattahoochee Valley came together in an incredible way during the 2020 WTVM Share Your Thanks by Giving food drive. [Read More]
The Opelika Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a theft suspect. [Read More]
After periods of wet weather over the Thanksgiving holiday, we wrap up November and head into December with a blast of cold winter air to... [Read More]
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